Solar Impulse, an ultralight plane powered completely by the sun, will kick-off its coast-to-coast flight across the U.S. from Moffett Airfield in Mountain View on May 1.
While many small businesses are struggling to stay afloat in a down economy, it’s a hoppier story for the craft brewing industry. Craft brewing has continued to see strong growth, especially in the Bay Area.
The Palo Alto City Council’s controversial proposed redesign of California Avenue has sparked outrage from merchants and residents for several years. Nonetheless, construction is to begin this fall.
Starting March 1, the agency that operates Muni will offer free service to low and moderate-income youth who live in San Francisco.
Peninsula Press reporters take us into Palo Alto’s communal homes and then out into the weeds with hired landscaping goats. Writer Rachel Swarns tells us the genealogy of the First Lady.
After a two-year hiatus, the Mavericks Invitational surf contest captivated Half Moon Bay residents Sunday. The contest attracts surfers from across the globe who compete for $50,000.
Goat grazing has butted its way on the Bay Area scene as a popular groundskeeping and fire prevention tool for residents and companies across the Peninsula. View the video.
Clipper card activity, including when and where passengers board and disembark, is kept in a transit agency’s database for seven years after the account is closed.
Caltrain kicked off the holiday season by decorating a train with more than 60,000 lights. View photos.